Saturday, April 11, 2009

Miley Cyrus Hannah Montana to tour – on way to $500,000 per day

Thank you Miley Cyrus for taking this humble blogs advice. It’s official: Miley Cyrus is hitting the concert trail this summer or fall.

She is headed for the $500,000 per day mark discussed on this blog early in the year.

Is Hannah Montana movie #1 at the box office? Still standing by the prediction of largest opening weekend ever for any Disney film, but won’t be official until Monday. Good Friday opening helped. A week from Monday I predict #1 movie – still Hanny Montanny and #2, Zac Efron’s 17 Again.

What a year for Cyrus. This weekend Hannah Montana. In June she begins filming “The Last Song” in Georgia (why not Tennessee – it worked for Hannah Montana movie). Based on a book by Nicholas Sparks and directed by Julie Anne Robinson (Pushing Daisies, Grey’s Anatomy, others). The movie is produced by Tish Cyrus, Miley’s mom.

This may be Cyrus’ first bomb at the box office since “Bolt” (which really wasn’t that bad of a movie). Sorry, but Robinson doesn’t have the big screen chops for a movie of this caliber. Remember, you heard it here first, again. No need to worry, though. The movie isn’t to be released until 2011 and won’t hurt Cyrus earning $500,000 per day this year.

The question is, will the movie feature either All American Rejects or Elton John’s songs “The Last Call”? I prefer the Rejects, but it would be “cool” to have both.

Enjoy the show – both the movie and the 2009 concert. Take a clue, Aly & AJ!


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  2. The minimum worldwide box office for The Last Song will be $260 million on a $35 million production budget. Cha-Ching! It should break $300 million though.